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MysteryMan

In Reply To
Menshevik

Subj: Re: Faking a crime is illegal
Posted: Tue Jun 17, 2008 at 12:30:29 am CDT (Viewed 32 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Faking a crime is illegal
Posted: Sat Jun 14, 2008 at 03:22:13 am CDT


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I was merely pointing out that looking at the same events people can come to different interpretations of Tony Stark's character. That is perfectly legitimate, even if you find it so intolerable that you hurl false accusations about.
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That would be fine if 2 readers were seeing it 2 different ways...it's different when someone is declared as the main writer and has a side writer with an agenda comepletly re-write the same scene with 100% reversal...thats unprofessional and in the larger context should be ignored since it is a 100% turn around from what the guy who is supposed to be calling the story plot line shots. I mean seriously if one writer had Cap eating babies and another just had him act normally in the same scene...it's pretty safe to assume the baby eating Cap is going to get ignored by most.



That it worked for a short while - leaving aside the plausibility or lack of this storyline - does not necessarily prove that this was the only way that the passing of the SHRA could have been held up or that Tony Stark was acting ethically. And as far as I can see, the anti-SHRA guys did not cheer Stark for what he did even though it worked. So your mind-reading failed.
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Your right..they showed worse would have passed if Tony had not stepped up. So really whats so unethical about saving 99% of the heroes lives? Seriously...thats what it boiled down too. Whats unethical about choosing the lesser of two evils? If there is only 2 paths and one leads to total distruction...is it ethical to choose the other one...even if it's questionable?


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